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Cox D.R., Snell E.J. — Analysis of Binary Data
Cox D.R., Snell E.J. — Analysis of Binary Data



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Название: Analysis of Binary Data

Авторы: Cox D.R., Snell E.J.

Аннотация:

The first edition of this book (1970) set out a systematic basis for the analysis of binary data and in particular for the study of how the probability of "success" depends on explanatory variables. The first edition has been widely used and the general level and style have been preserved in the second edition which contains a substantial amount of new material. This amplifies matters dealt with only cryptically in the first edition and deals with many more recent developments. Also the whole material has been reorganized, in particular to put more emphasis on maximum likelihood methods.
There are nearly 60 further results and exercises. The main points are illustrated by practical examples, many of them not in the first edition, and some general essential background material is set out in new Appendices.
A complete list of titles in this series appears at the front of the book.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Computer science/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 2nd

Год издания: 1989

Количество страниц: 236

Добавлена в каталог: 01.04.2012

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Abbott, B.D.      125 217
Abdelbasit, K.M.      103 215
Abramowitz, M.      201 215
Abscondment      100
Adequacy of model      41 69—83 96 103—5 134 151 157
Agresti, A.      166 215
Aitchison, J.      166 215
Alternative scales, numerical comparison of      20—3
Altham, P.M.E.      104 215
Amemiya, T.      15 148 215
Andersen, E.B.      105 207 215
Anderson, J.A.      166 215
Anderson, S.      103 215
Andrews, D.F.      67 215
Angular transformation      18 21 199
Anscombe, F.J.      205 216
Aranda — Ordaz, F.J.      23 205 216
Arc sine transformation      (see Angular transformation)
Armitage, P.      10 216
Association, bivariate binary response, measure of      24 144
Attenuation      120 123
Auquier, A.      103 215
Autoregressive process      101
Azzalini, A.      105 216
Babies, crying of      4 58—9 61
Bailey, K.T.      125 217
Barnard, G.A.      103 205 216
Barndorff — Nielsen, O.E.      50 103 216
Bartlett adjustment      184
Bartlett, M.S.      124 208 216
Basawa, I.V.      105 216
Bayesian analysis      104 115—19 134 186—7 201
Beaver, R.J.      151 159 219
Begg, C.B.      166 216
Berkson, J.      24 216
Beta-binomial distribution      110 114 124 212
Bhapkar, V.P.      25 217
Biggers, J.D.      22 218
Billingsley, P.      105 217
Binomial distribution, transformation to normality of      209
Bioassay, literature of      15 (see also Stimulus-response curve)
Bishop, Y.M.M.      104 148 216
Blom, G.      209 217
Blood groups, peptic ulcer and      131—2
Bloomfield, P.      162 217
Blyth, C.R.      105 198 217
BMDP      196
Bradley — Terry model      150 166 214
Bradley, R.A.      151 166 217
Braun, H.I.      166 224
Breslow, N.E.      60 103 148 207 217 226
Bross, I.      125 217
Brown, B.W.      137 217
Cancer, knowledge of      6
Canonical, correlation      162
Canonical, linear model      178
Canonical, parameter      174
Canonical, statistic      174 175 178 185
Carroll, R.J.      125 217 226
Case-control study      127 130 148
Cauliflowers      82—3 114
Central limit theorem      212
Central limit theorem, finite population, for      34—5
Chambers, E.A.      25 202 218
Change point, estimation of      203
Chernoff, H.      200 218
Chi-squared test, goodness of fit      72 112
Chi-squared test, history of      24
Chi-squared test, table, for      48
Claringbold, P.J.      22 218
Clustering      100
Cochran, W.G.      103 206 218
Coffee, preference testing      151—3
Cologne, J.      103 217
Combination of tests      208
Composite test      71
Concomitant variable, matched pairs with      207
Concomitant variable, table, in      62—6 73-5
Conditional inference      27—9 50 53 57 59 96 103 143 184—5 206
Confidence interval, exact      30 49 51
Confidence interval, likelihood ratio test, derived by      38 50 52 59 180—2
Contingency table, definition of      2 56
Contingency table, empirical transform applied to      49
Contingency table, exact analysis of      46—7 102
Contingency table, formulation      43—5 143-5
Contingency table, homogeneity in      61 103
Contingency table, interval estimation      49—52
Contingency table, literature of      102—3
Contingency table, logistic model for      44 46
Contingency table, logistic models for      57
Contingency table, Mantel-Haenszel procedure      60 103 206
Contingency table, measure of effect in      44
Contingency table, multidimensional      6 84—91 140 161 163
Contingency table, pooling, dangers of      90 105 198
Contingency table, sampling schemes for      103 134—45
Contingency table, several concomitant variable in      62
Contingency table, single continuity correction      103
Contingency table, test of single effect in      56
Contingency table, trend with      63 73—5
Contingency table, trend, with      63 73—5
Cook, R.D.      104 218
Copas, J.B.      104 145 214 218
Cornfield, J.      2 25 76 148 218
Correspondence analysis      166
Cox, D.R.      12 25 50 59 82 89 92 103 104 124 125 132 148 166 187 198 200 202 203 204 206 209 210 211 216 217 218 219
Cross-over design      92—6 104
Crowder, M J.      114 115 219
Crying, babies of      4 58—9 61
Cumulant generating function      29 174
Curved exponential family      176
Daniel, C.      162 219
Darroch, J.N.      104 219
David, H.A.      166 214 219
Davidson, R.R.      151 159 166 219
Davison, A.C.      103 219
Day, N.      103 148 207 217
Design of experiments      25 92—3 103 145 202 203 206
Detergents      86—9
Deviance residual      81
Diagnostics      81—3 104
Difference, logistic transforms of      44
Difference, probabilities of      45 51
Discontinuity, estimation of point of      203
Discriminant analysis, relation with binary response      132—9 148 163 214
Doering, C.R.      6 224
Donner, A.      60 103 219 222
Dorn, H.F.      76 219
Dose-response curve      (see Stimulus-response curve)
Duncan, D.B.      10 227
Dyke, G.V.      6 89 198 220
Econometrics      15 148
Edgeworth expansion      36
Edwards, A.W.F.      213 220
Efron, B.      136 148 200 220
Ekholm, A.      125 225
El — Helbawy, A.T.      151 217
Emmens, C.W.      22 218
Empirical Bayes      115—19 124 131—2 183
Empirical logistic transform bias, definition of      24 31—3 60
Empirical logistic transform bias, factorial experiment, applied to      87—9
Empirical logistic transform bias, generalization      156
Empirical logistic transform bias, maximum likelihood, compared with      27 33 61 86 177 198
Empirical logistic transform bias, more than      2
Empirical logistic transform bias, removal from      32
Empirical logistic transform bias, residuals defined for      61 73 76—80
Empirical logistic transform bias, responses, generalization to      156—7
Empirical logistic transform bias, table, single, applied to      49
Empirical logistic transform bias, tables, several, applied to      60
Empirical logistic transform bias, unweighted analysis, use in      87 9
Empirical logistic transform bias, variance, estimate, associated with      32 87
Empirical logistic transform bias, weighted analysis, use in      32 60 76—80
Engel, J.      124 166 220
Exact methods      27 30 35—6 48 9 51 54 59 63 179 184 204
Examples abscondment      100
Examples abscondment, babies, crying of      4 58—9 61
Examples abscondment, bioassay      7
Examples abscondment, blood groups and peptic ulcer      131 2
Examples abscondment, cancer, knowledge of      6
Examples abscondment, cauliflowers      82—3 114
Examples abscondment, coffee, preference testing      151—3
Examples abscondment, crying of babies      4 58—9 61
Examples abscondment, detergents      86—9
Examples abscondment, diagnosis, medical      10
Examples abscondment, food mixes, preference testing      159—61
Examples abscondment, genetic defect      7
Examples abscondment, heart disease      10 25
Examples abscondment, ingots, rolling of      11 36 39—41 66
Examples abscondment, lung cancer and smoking      2 3 48—9 51 76—80
Examples abscondment, nodal involvement in cancer patients      137
Examples abscondment, peptic ulcer and blood groups      131
Examples abscondment, psychiatric matched pair data      53
Examples abscondment, rainfall      12
Examples abscondment, seeds, germination of      114
Examples abscondment, smoking and lung cancer      2 3 48—9 51 76—80
Examples abscondment, table      63 73—5
Examples abscondment, throat, cancer of      68—9
Examples abscondment, tonsil size      9
Examples abscondment, Wisconsin schoolboys      90—2 147
Experimental design      (see Design of experiments)
Expert system      196
Explanatory variables      188—94
Exponential family      16 19 25 174—7
Extreme value distribution      17 23 159
Factorial system      5 84—92 104 113 151
Farquar, P.H.      166 219
Feldstein, M.S.      10 220
Feller, W.      47 220
Fidler, V.      104 220
Fienberg, S.E.      104 148 217 220
Finite population      34 35 47
Finney, D.J.      15 22 24 124 220
Firth, D.      124 220
Fisher, R.A.      24 28 102 148 220
Fisher’s exact test for      2
Fisher’s exact test for table      48 102
Fitted values      64 69 73
Fix, E.      35 220
Food mixes, preference testing      159—61
Foss, B.M.      4 222
Fowlkes, E.B.      104 220 221
Freeman, M.F.      200 221
Freeny, A.      104 219
Fuller, W.A.      125 221
Gart, JJ.      25 103 104 210 221
Gaussian time series      101 105
Generalized hypergeometric, distribution      47 50 145
Generalized linear model      177
Genetic defect      7
GENSTAT      196
GLIM      18 91 147 160 161 195
Glimpse      196
Godambe, V.P.      124 221
Goodman, L.A.      24 104 148 157 166 221
Goodness of fit      (see Adequacy of model)
Gordon, T.      4 222
graphical methods      33 74 76 78—9 89 156
Gray, R.      166 216
Green, P.J.      104 223
Greenacre, M.J.      166 222
Greenland, S.      60 103 226
Grizzle, J.E.      25 222
Guerrero, M.      25 222
Gumbel distribution      17
Haenszel, W.      60 103 224
Haldane, J.B.S.      25 204 222
Half normal plot      89 162
Hankey, W.      103 206 224
Harrison, P.J.      105 227
Hartley, H.O.      36 48 191 225
Hastie, T.      104 199 222 226
Hauck, W.W.      60 103 215 219 222
Heart disease      10 25
Herzberg, A.M.      67 215
Hewlett, P.S.      104 222 225
Heyde, C.C.      124 221
Hill, A.P.      103 225
Hinkley, D.V.      187 219
Hitchcock, S.E.      39 222
Hodges, J.L.      35 204 220 222
Hogan, M.D.      124 223
Holland, P.W.      104 148 217
Homogeneity      56 61—2 80 132
Hotelling’s T      2 163
Hutchison, D.      161 223
Hypergeometric distribution      47
Hypergeometric distribution, generalized      47 50 145
Imrey, P.B.      104 223
Incomplete block design      150
Independence from irrelevant, alternatives      155
Inflated variance      (see Quasi-likelihood)
Influence      81—3
Information matrix      37 99 173
Ingots, rolling of      11 36 39—41 66
Integrated normal response curve      15 21 24 123
Iterated log transform      17 159
Jewell, N.P.      103 223
Johnson, R.A.      25 220
Jones, B.      104 223
Jorgensen, D      104 221
Kalbfleisch, J.D.      68 223
Kay, R.      134 148 223
Kedem, B.      102 105 223
Kendall, M.G.      34 35 223
Kenward, M.G.      104 223
Koch, G.G.      25 104 217 223
Kruskal, W.H.      24 221
Kupper, L.L.      124 223
Lan, K.K.      125 217
Landwehr, J.M.      104 209 223
Latent variable      13 14 17 95 151 158 201
Lauritzen, S.L.      166 223
Least squares, binary data, applied directly to      13 14 18 136
Least squares, generalized      171
Least squares, normal-theory properties of      167—70
Least squares, unweighted, empirical transform, applied to      86—9
Least squares, weighted      19 170—1
Lebart, L.M.      166 223
Lehmann, E.L.      28 223
Lewis, B.N.      163 223
Lewis, P.A.W.      12 219
Liang, K.Y.      103 105 224
Likelihood ratio test, Bartlett adjustment      184
Likelihood ratio test, comparison of models by      62 65 71 72 80 92 182 192
Likelihood ratio test, confidence regions calculated from      179—83
Likelihood ratio test, introduction of      30 133 179
Likelihood, linear logistic model, for      27 37 46 146
Lindley, D.V.      198 202 224
Linear logistic model, definition of      16 19 26
Linear logistic model, history of      103—4
Linear regression, binary data, applied directly to      13 14 18 136
Link function      18
Little, S.      134 148 223
Log odds      (see Logistic transform)
Logistic difference      20 76 79
Logistic distribution, continuous      16 159 200
Logistic factorial contrast, definition of      87—9
Logistic function, generalization      23 25 155 198
Logistic function, generalization of      23 24 200
Logistic function, history of      103—4
Logistic function, interpretation of differences of      44
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